Mary Louise Kelly, Contributing Editor, The Atlantic
Charles Ramsey, Commissioner, Philadelphia Police Department
Rob Beckley, Chief Operating Officer, College of Policing
Ronald Davis, Director, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS), United States Department of Justice
Robson Rodrigues da Silva, Chief of Staff, Polícia Militar do Estado do, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Rob started his police career in 1986 with the Metropolitan Police, where he experienced the 1980s Brixton race-riots and held operational roles in a number of inner-city divisions before becoming Head of Race and Minority Policy at New Scotland Yard. He moved to Thames Valley Police, where he became BCU Commander for Chiltern Vale area, the southern half of Buckinghamshire, and then on to Hertfordshire Constabulary as Assistant Chief Constable (Crime and Operations).
Robson Da Silva
Robson Da Silva is the Chief of Staff for Polícia Militar do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Ronald L. Davis was appointed by United States Attorney General Eric Holder in November 2013 as the Director of the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS Office) of the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). The COPS Office is responsible for advancing community policing nationwide and supporting the community policing activities of state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies.
Mary Louise Kelly
Mary Louise Kelly is NPR's former Intelligence correspondent, and the author of the forthcoming novel Anonymous Sources.
Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey leads the fourth largest police department in the nation with 65-hundred sworn and 8-hundred civilian members. He was appointed Philadelphia Police Commissioner in 2008. Commissioner Ramsey brings forty-six years of law enforcement service, experience and expertise to the post.